20% Manage completion or modification of assigned projects’ workplan : benchmarks, persons responsible, deliverables
20% Develop and deliver public health training and technical assistance : content, materials, planning meetings, travel arrangements, facilitation, and evaluation
15% Coordinate national convenings (e.g., workshops, forums, conferences) of federal, state, and tribal governments, organizations and entities for public health system development ( i.
e., capacity, infrastructure, and governance)
15% Conduct literature reviews and environmental scans, develop data collection tools (e.g., surveys, interview guides), and prepare research review / approval submissions, as required and appropriate
15% Facilitate quantitative and qualitative data collection ( e.g., surveys, interviews), analysis, interpretation and drafting findings and chartbooks
10% Develop and maintain communications, technical expert panel and / or community of practice (COP), may include webinars, blogs, social media
5% Coordinate project check-in calls with NNPHI and CDC on a regular basis ( i.e., weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly)
LEAD RESPONSIBILITIES :
Developing oral and written deliverables : presentations, reports, curriculum / manuals, frameworks, models
Coordinate and arrange meetings, including travel logistics
Maintain frequent communication with all parties (NNPHI, CDC, AI Nations and participating tribal entities)
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS :
Masters's Degree in Public Health, Social Work, Psychology, Anthropology, or related field
Two to three years related work experiences
Familiarity with or working in tribal government, tribal-urban communities and within the tribal health and health-related systems (i.
e., public health, behavioral health, and health care delivery).
Knowledge of statistics
Office practices, procedures and equipment
Establish effective working relationships with diverse groups, and to interact effectively with co-workers, members, funding agencies, partners, vendors, and other external stakeholders
Public speaking and communicate well with the public on the phone, via email, and in person
Complete tasks within assigned time frames
Develop and maintain databases
Full accountability for all work responsibilities and outcomes, and for input to team(s)
Strong written and oral skills demonstrate ability to write manuscripts, manuals, or training guides
Strong project management skills, including travel logistics and financial reconciliation
Detail-oriented; high degree of accuracy in all aspects of work
Strong oral and written communication skills
Strong facilitation skills
Excellent research skills
Good presentation skills
Strong data management skills
Strong analytical and quantitative skills
Strong computer skills with Microsoft Office, Excel and PowerPoint
Strong interpersonal skills
Strong organizational skills; ability to maintain accurate project records
DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS :
Knowledge of public health accreditation (i.e., essential services, functions, domains) and performance improvement (i.e.
leadership, assessments, plans, management, quality improvement) and initiatives, models, tools
Ability to work as a collaborative, cooperative, and congenial member of a close-knit scholarly and administrative team, as well as work independently.
Knowledge and prior experience with human subjects’ institutional review process, include training in ethical conduct of research
Quantitative and qualitative research methodologies (e.g., approaches, methods, analysis plan)
Experience with teaching, training, and / or facilitation
Knowledge and prior experience with the federal grant process; tribal government systems (e.g., health, social services, etc.
and their relationship to state and federal government and entities; tribal health organizations and entities (e.g., TEC, Health Boards).
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